Saturday, May 30th 2-4pm at City Well in Plattsburgh, NY

$10 registration, $15 at door

Publishing is an industry heavily populated by introverts—people who thrive on working in quiet isolation, only to then be asked to turn around and sell their work (and themselves) to the world as confidently as possible. This presentation and guided group discussion with bestselling author Chris Tebbetts will focus on how we can support ourselves and each other through getting started in the business, seeking feedback on our work, finding the gumption to attend professional events, promoting a new book, or getting up in front of an audience—all with an eye on remaining truly ourselves along the way.

Perfect for: emerging and established writers in the world of publishing

Registration. $10 before May 20th, $15 at door


Photo credit: Ellen Wittlinger

About the workshop leader. Chris Tebbetts is the co-author of the #1 New York Times bestselling MIDDLE SCHOOL series with James Patterson, and the bestselling STRANDED series with Jeff Probst. His other titles include two #LGBTQ #ownvoices YA novels: ME, MYSELF, AND HIM, and M OR F? (with Lisa Papademetriou).

Chris’ books have received children’s choice awards in Oregon and Hawaii, as well a Sunshine State Young Readers Award nomination, and a nod on the New York Public Library’s annual list of Books For the Teen Age. He offers author talks and writing workshops for any age from fourth grade through adult, and is available for travel from his home in the Burlington, Vermont area. He has visited schools around the country and taught for the Antioch Writers’ Workshop, Highlights Foundation, Adirondack Center for Writing, and others. Find him online at christebbetts.com and @christebbetts.

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